Solarguard Sunscreen

  • Protect Scars From Discoloration
  • Skin Cancer Protection
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Solarguard Sunscreen
Solarguard Sunscreen
Solarguard Sunscreen
Solarguard Sunscreen
Solarguard Sunscreen
Solarguard Sunscreen

How do I use

After injury or surgery, doctors recommend patients to avoid sun exposure to protect healing scars from darkening permanently. Scarguard Solarguard Sunscreen SPF 70 is a UVA/UVB, broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen that is uniquely formulated to be compatible with scar treatments; for skin cancer protection*; and on sensitive skin.

How it works

Blocks harmful UVA/UVB sun rays


A lightweight and ultra-fast absorbing. Delivers the active Scar Treatments formulation. Non-greasy, refreshing scent and water-resistant up to 40 minutes. Protect the scars from harmful UVA/UVB rays.

Ideal for all skin types, especially for Sensitive Skin, and Surgical Scars.


Homosalate 15% Oxybenzone 6% Octocrylene 5% Octisalate 5% Avobenzone 3%,water, adipic acid/diethylene glycol/glycerin crosspolymer, polysorbate 60, glyceryl stearate, beeswax, diethylhexyl 2,6-naphthalate, trimethylsiloxysilicate,glycerin, dipotassium glycyrrhizate, dimethicone, butyoctyl salicylate, triethanolamine, phenoxyethanol ethylhexylgylcerin, carbomer, styrene/acrylates copolymer, sorbitan oleate, fragrance, xanthan gum, disodium EDTA


Doctors warn people that sun exposure after stitches, burns, injuries or surgery is very bad. It can lead to permanent darkening of scars. Solarguard is a spray-on sunscreen that is specially formulated to be compatible with scar treatment products. Using it during the first six months after an injury will help to promote a great looking scar. Used properly, (see directions) it can also help prevent skin cancer. This product should be used year-round unless the injured and healing area is completely covered under clothing.


How It Works


Apply to dry body(Works better)


Let it absorb(Takes around 1-2 minutes)


Now relax & jump in that water

During healing, it is critical to protect scars from sun exposure. Even modest exposure can permanently discolor them.

Sun protection

While everyone thinks of sun protection at the beach, shopping, playing sports outside, walking down the street and even sitting by a window will discolor scars that are not protected by layers of clothing.


Normal sunscreens are not designed to be compatible with scar treatment. Solarguard has been specially engineered to be compatible with scar treatments and for use on super-sensitive skin. It provides strong UVA/UVB protection, known to help protect against skin cancer as well as protecting against discoloration of healing scars.


We Want You
to Ask Questions

How long should I use Scarguard?

Physicians typically have their patients use Scarguard for 3 - 4 months for new scars or until old scars are flat.

Can I start using Scarguard right after surgery?

Scarguard should not be used on open wounds. Wait until the skin is fully closed (usually 1-2 weeks), then apply it twice daily.

How do I remove Scarguard?

Scarguard can be removed by touching a piece of Scotch Tape® over the film and gently lifting. It will usually lift off very easily using this method.

If it does not come off easily, do not pull. Simply apply the next layers on top.
As the layers thicken, they will begin to lift off easily. Do not apply to hair bearing areas such as scalp & brow.

Can Scarguard be applied over stitches?

No, Scarguard should not be used over stitches. Wait until the stitches are removed and the skin is fully healed over before applying Scarguard.

Can I use Sunscreen with Scarguard?

Yes, apply Scarguard to the area first, allow it to dry, then apply Solarguard Sunscreen over it.

Is Scarguard proven to work?

These independent clinical published studies are solid proof that Scarguard works.

  • Beckenstein MS, Kuniaki T, Matarasso A, T he Effect of Scarguard on Enzyme Levels Using a Full–Thickness Epidermal Model, Aesthetic Surgery Journal ~ November / December 2004
  • Eisen, Drore A Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of Scarguard in the Prevention of Scars: The Int. J of Dermatology. 2004; Volume 5, Number 2.
  • Berman, Brian Keloid and Hypertrophic Scars : eMedicine February 11, 2005
  • Sadick, Neil S.. A Twenty–First Century Approach to the Management of Keloids and Hypertrophic Scars.. American Journal of Cosmetic Chemistry Vol. 18, No.. 3,, 2001 1–66.